Book Review – Star Wars Twilight vol. 3

Book: Star Wars, No.21

Series: Twilight, No. 3 of 4

Author: John Ostrander

Illustrator: Rick Magyar, Jan Duursema, Dave McCaig

Published: 2000

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Inc.


So unable to find the second comic in the series, I found myself giving in and skipping to the third (hey, patience is a virtue, not a requirement). I am happy to report that my illustrious roommate was correct, and it was quite easy to piece together what happened during the second issue – so easy I actually got the feeling that, while it may have still been fun to read, I probably did not miss much. But I digress. I quite thoroughly enjoyed the third book in the series, finding it on par with the first, both in plot and character progression. Plot wise, we finally begin to find out what is going on, how Quinlan lost his memory, and whether or not he is of the dark side. As for the characters, again, we see much more of Quinlan’s development, as well as the awesomeness that is Grahrk (Villie).

Overall, I give this book 5 pages. Again, it is entertaining, with the right balance of action, plot, and wit. I love the characters, and find myself looking forward to reading the next book in the series – a praise that, unfortunately, I do not give very often.

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